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With increasing research advances and clinical trials of visual prostheses, there is significant demand to better understand the perceptual and psychophysical aspects of prosthetic vision. In prosthetic vision a visual scene is composed of relatively large, isolated, spots of light so-called "phosphenes", very much like a magnified pictorial print. The utility of prosthetic vision has been studied by investigators in the form of virtual-reality visual models (simulations) of prosthetic visiondoi:10.1016/j.visres.2009.02.003 pmid:19504749 fatcat:d3my7gymuffeljuqudz35lnkf4